Redstor adds data protection capability for Salesforce.com

Redstor has launched support for Salesforce’ customer relationship management (CRM) system.

InstantData, Redstor’s own technology, enables users to stream recoveries on demand as CSV files, avoiding the risk of overwriting the live environment. Partners and their customers then select only the relevant objects, custom objects and metadata they need before reconstituting them in Salesforce or a sandbox environment with a native import tool.

This enables simple and quick, stress-free recoveries in the event of human error, malware, malicious deletions, bad code, integration issues or unforeseen circumstances where deleted information is needed again.

With Redstor, managed service providers and Salesforce enablement specialists can protect customers in minutes – with no hardware to install, manage or replace, no impact on local bandwidth and no egress or ingress charges.

James Griffin, Chief Product Officer at Redstor, said: “Our partners have a huge opportunity to turbo-charge revenue and increase stickiness with clients by protecting Salesforce with a multi-tenanted solution that is intuitive, quick to deploy and scale and purpose-built for the channel.

“The price per user is less than half what it costs for a cup of coffee and leaves plenty of room for significant margin, while remaining competitive – and there’s no minimum entry point.

“When you also take into account that nobody else offers the breadth of protection that we do, with the capability to view and manage cloud and onsite data in one place, Redstor is clearly a very attractive choice.”

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